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1.9TDI 110bhp re-map? Any experience here?

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    Bigman Cornish and Proud!

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    Hey Guys

    I am just curious as to whether any one on here has had thier 1.9tdi 110hp's re-mapped and what figures they were reaching after the map? as i am currently loking into the possibilities of getting it done.

    Also there any good places in the midlands to get them done?

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    Adam
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    Layerz had his dine in the Chipped UK group buy IIRC. He was well pleased
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    Depends where your based mate and if your prepared to travel?
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    No, i don't mind traveling realy, if i were to get a good map with decent figures etc i would not mind at all, and being based in coventry means i am reasonalby central.

    I hear that 135 - 140 tends to be the figures comonly achieved, is there any way of getting 140+?

    I have also heard of people fitting 216 nozzles and then getting a re-map to suit the higher fueling, but how comon is this and what sort of figures can be achieved doing this?

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    Yup mine was chipped after using a piggy back kit.

    If you can get the car running its best before hand with a service etc... just running smoothly.

    I had fitted bigger .216 nozzles to mine before the remap and it made 106 bhp pre remap and post it made 155bhp.
    Althou mine has/had a few issues and a better engine might make 165bhp with nozzles.

    My next step is gona be decat/nice big exhaust. But the car is more limited by the size of the turbo and would need a vnt 17b & fmic and it would make 200bhp+ but you would also need a new clutch. I am fairly happy with 155bhp.

    I paid 250 for the remap on a chip & spin group day.
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    Saying it made 106bhp before re-map, was that from a 90bhp std or was it an under powered 110?

    Adam
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    Probably underpowered. As stock mine should be 110bhp.

    After getting the .216 nozzles fitted from .205 stock I did notice a big improvement but I did not get a RR before.
    After the new nozzles were fitted I made 110 bhp on a RR day (the 106 was on different rollers)

    Also my head gasket went about 1-2k after the chip, but this was due to go anyway from the looks of things I had a slow water leak for about 6-10 months and was slowly replacing parts when the head went.

    I just want to mention that since getting the head skimmed I have had alot of black smoke, this could be fromo overfueling etc..... Please check out my other thread and I will let you know as I discover what is up.
    The only reason I mention this is I don't want to recomend you a set up that gives you lots of smoke, but I think a few vagcom settings will get me smoking less.
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    Got some 216 nozzles sitting on the side at home and keep meaning to get them fitted to my 110tdi. do they really make a difference?
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    From what i have read/heard yes, but it there are a few adjustments that would need to be done to the fueling if you were gunna run them without a map, otherwise get a re-map that takes into consideration the larger nozzles and i hear you can get anwhere up to 165bhp.....
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